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Started by Chriss Cohn, December 19, 2007, 10:59:11 AM

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Chriss Cohn

Hi i set-up a fresh Forum in version 1.1.4 and i have a strange "error".
Everytime i create a new topic (no matter if as admin or normal user) it wont be listed when im inside the board this new topic was posted in.

But when im in the index-view of the entire forum, i see the new created topic in the list (right to to the total number of posts in a particular board).
Also when im activating "return to topic after post" it returns me properly... so the post is really there.
Then, when waiting around 5 mins, the topic will appear in the board-list?!
Strange thing.
This even happend as i had no additional mod or custom theme installed.
Also its "Search_engine-firendly URL" independent ...

Thanks in advance for any help..
Best Regards, Christian

Chriss Cohn

I've tried now serveral hours with nearly all option i found so far in SMF, but nothing seems to help....
The topics start to appear in the board-view after about 2-4 minutes...
Is it possible that this has something to do with my server? I just made an update today to latest MySQL and latest apache plus mod_php5.

Hope this helps additionly

Regards, Christian

Rumbaar

Are you using some kind of cache/proxy?

Try to post a topic, then go back and perform a hard refresh of the page ctrl+F5.  See if the post 'pops' up straight away.
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Chriss Cohn

Yes, APC 3.0.15....also activated the cache in SMF to Level1.
But before on the same server with APC 3.0.14 it worked very well... i dont really think its related to this cache, or do you think?
Hard-refresh doesnt work, problem is also browser independent.

Regards, Christian

Chriss Cohn

Ok, i think i figured it out.....
Its because i had activated the cache inside the forum to level1.
Strangely with APC 3.0.14 it always worked perfect...
I've disabled it now until someone found the reason why....


metallica48423

its not SMF, it *is* the cache.

i suspect your prior version perhaps was not working correctly.  Even here the cache causes similar things with topics at times.
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Chriss Cohn

Quote from: BlackMage on December 23, 2007, 01:04:30 AM
its not SMF, it *is* the cache.

i suspect your prior version perhaps was not working correctly.  Even here the cache causes similar things with topics at times.
Really? No seriously this shouldn't be so. I mean, with SMF 1.1.3 and APC 3.0.1.4 and level1-cache it alsways worked PERFECT.
I always check the user-cache entries via apc.php (delivered with the package), and they are there, both with old and new configuration.
Any solution to this obvious "bug" in sight?

Regards, Christian

Rumbaar

Quote from: Bruce Ballslap on December 19, 2007, 05:14:42 PMI just made an update today to latest MySQL and latest apache plus mod_php5.
Well I'm sure this factors into it, as these changes weren't in place when you were running 1.1.3, APC and level1 with it working 'PERFECT'.

Compare apples with apples, as they say.
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Chriss Cohn

QuoteAny solution to this obvious "bug" in sight?
BUMP!  ;D
As i want to use level1 caching again... this cant be that there is a functionality built-in into SMF and we can't use it bug-free.....  ::) ::)

Something like that

I wouldn't worry about the caching too much unless your database server is sweating. Having APC cache compiled PHP is where the great majority of the speedup comes from.

Chriss Cohn

Quote from: Phalloidium on February 03, 2008, 04:34:11 PM
I wouldn't worry about the caching too much unless your database server is sweating. Having APC cache compiled PHP is where the great majority of the speedup comes from.
Yes you right, but i read that even in this Forum here, they using cache level 3 without problems.... ok maye its because of SMF 2.0......

Sarge

Hello Chriss, have you tried the latest APC version (3.0.16)?

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Chriss Cohn

Quote from: Sarge on February 16, 2008, 01:21:35 PM
Hello Chriss, have you tried the latest APC version (3.0.16)?
Hi, i have 3.0.16 running on all my forums, but in no-one checked the level-1 cache so far....
Ill try it later...

Chriss Cohn

Quote from: Chriss Cohn on February 18, 2008, 08:01:49 AM
Quote from: Sarge on February 16, 2008, 01:21:35 PM
Hello Chriss, have you tried the latest APC version (3.0.16)?
Hi, i have 3.0.16 running on all my forums, but in no-one checked the level-1 cache so far....
Ill try it later...
Update:
I can confirm that its still not working with APC!
It obviously a bug and nothing else, as the created topic while cache level-1 was active, is listed at board-index (see pic attached) but neither at any other listing such as the "message-index" in the specific board nor at the "recent-posts" area in the info-center its listed...

Sarge

IIRC, the recent posts info is quite database-intensive, so SMF caches it.

What is the APC configuration?

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